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Head for the Hills   on 21/08/17 @ 20:52 said:

Massive thanks to Dale and Adam for organising the weekend and to Doug for today's walk. Lots of fun and laughter and great memories (over some of which I draw a veil!) Shame some couldn't make it all - you missed lots of treats, but good to catch up with mates and meet new people, especially the very lovely Lily who put up with us all (including HPM) so well. ������

Head for the Hills   on 21/08/17 @ 20:54 said:

PS I may put a couple of photos up on't site if I get per from sir!

Lazlo Woodbine   on 21/08/17 @ 21:08 said:

Great weekend, Dale had so much fun she lost her sense of direction. "Are you going to Scarborough Fair". My ambition now is to grow a handlebar moustache.

Carpe Diem!   on 21/08/17 @ 21:16 said:

What a vibrant poem Beth! Full of joie de vivre and sensory sparkliness. Thanks for putting it up x

Ruby Walls   on 21/08/17 @ 21:28 said:

Thanks everyone. Great to meet new people and spend time with special OD mates.

Walking On   on 21/08/17 @ 22:01 said:

A great time - 3 excellent walks, the company of friends, and music to boot.

JacquiT   on 21/08/17 @ 23:52 said:

Thank you thank you.... Great weekend

Highpeakman   on 22/08/17 @ 11:59 said:

What can I say!!??!! A fantastic weekend organised by two lovely people (Dale and Adam) who between them have the navigational skills of half the bats in Whitby!! . Adam spent half the nights in a drunken stupor, wandering about Whitby, looking for biscuits and a place to pee!!!! Dale spent half of Monday's walk driving to Scarborough, but thankfully joined us for the last couple of miles or so!!!!
Thankyou all, for the walks, the company, and Lily for at least one sensible person to chat to!! ( although with those genes, how the hell!!!)
Cheers!!!! HPM and Elsie the campervan.

ps: June : Pur it on,t site!!!! x

Dale   on 22/08/17 @ 13:02 said:

EEEEHhhh !!! HPM the bats in Whitby are outraged and are mounting a protest at this very moment. As for me... hands up, on this one occasion pointed the car in the wrong direction and faithfully kept on going, completing a road tour of important Yorkshire towns . I am still waiting to hear (as neither the walk leader or various other appointed or self appointed leaders could tell me in fact how long I had walked. I understood that HPM was going to measure the length using a piece of string, elastic band, his thumb or something else measuring two and a half inches, once he got home.

Dale   on 22/08/17 @ 13:07 said:

In all seriousness, it has all been an absolute pleasure. Everybody played nice, even the weather. Thank you everybody for turning out and entering into the spirit, whether it was OD, folk music/events, the walking, alcohol or all of the above xx

Walking On   on 22/08/17 @ 14:22 said:

I've just measured what I think was the Horcum route by string on the !:25000 map. Looks as if the first loop (minus Dale and Adam) was about 4.2 miles, and the second (with everyone) was about 7.5 miles, so just under 12 miles total. This ignores all the local kinks etc, so a GPS might well have shown over 13 miles. A great day out, whatever the distance.

Shorty   on 22/08/17 @ 22:00 said:

Thoroughly enjoyed your company and support, one and all, and loved to hear Lazlos dulcet tones across the heather while the rest of us were trying to keep up with sudden directional changes! )

Lazlo Woodbine   on 23/08/17 @ 17:44 said:

Glad we weren't walking there today. Massive storms and flash floods. We got out in time.

Deka   on 23/08/17 @ 18:43 said:

Carpe Diem!: For those like me that are a bit thick, can you put your comment in simple English please.

Nikey   on 23/08/17 @ 22:07 said:

Hi everyone.
Thanks for a fab weekend away and some great walks n entertainment. It was really great spending time getting to know you all and enjoy the spirit of Whitby and its festive folk music.

Jill18   on 23/08/17 @ 23:50 said:

Looks like you guys had a fab time.....i so wish i could of nipped over from the Lakes trip....which i was lucky to have as daughters baby was due...baby still hasnt arrived....grrrr....xx

Rosie. B   on 24/08/17 @ 14:32 said:

Tell her to try sex and curry - it worked for me!

Lazlo Woodbine   on 24/08/17 @ 15:37 said:

At the same time Rosie B?

Rosie. B   on 24/08/17 @ 17:46 said:

I never got the curry

Carpe Diem!   on 25/08/17 @ 11:23 said:

Deka: I'll send you a pictorial version

Deka   on 25/08/17 @ 20:31 said:

Carpe Diem!: Thank you. Much appreciated.

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